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Jacksonville Jaguars unveiled 2019 preseason and regular season schedules

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The Jacksonville Jaguars have unveiled their 2019 preseason and regular season schedules, the club announced today. A video link to the team’s schedule release can be found here. The Jaguars’ 2019 schedules are presented by McGowan’s Heating & Air Conditioning.

2019 JAGUARS PRESEASON SCHEDULE 

GAME

DATE

OPPONENT

ET

1

Aug. 8

at Baltimore Ravens (Thurs.)

7:30 p.m.

2

Aug. 15

vs. Philadelphia Eagles (Thurs.)

7 p.m.

3

Aug. 22

at Miami Dolphins (Thurs.)

8 p.m. (FOX)

4

Aug. 29

vs. Atlanta Falcons (Thurs.)

7 p.m.

 

2019 JAGUARS REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE

WEEK

DATE

OPPONENT

ET

TV

1

Sept. 8

Kansas City Chiefs

1 p.m.

CBS

2

Sept. 15

at Houston Texans

1 p.m.

CBS

3

Sept. 19

Tennessee Titans (Thurs.)

8:20 p.m.

NFLN

4

Sept. 29

at Denver Broncos

4:25 p.m.

CBS

5

Oct. 6

at Carolina Panthers

1 p.m.

CBS

6

Oct. 13

New Orleans Saints

1 p.m.

CBS

7

Oct. 20

at Cincinnati Bengals

1 p.m.

CBS

8

Oct. 27

New York Jets

1 p.m.

CBS

9

Nov. 3

Houston Texans (London)

9:30 a.m.

NFLN

10

Bye Week

11

Nov. 17

at Indianapolis Colts

1:00 p.m.

CBS

12

Nov. 24

at Tennessee Titans

4:05 p.m.

CBS

13

Dec. 1

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

1 p.m.

FOX

14

Dec. 8

Los Angeles Chargers

4:05 p.m.

FOX

15

Dec. 15

at Oakland Raiders

4:05 p.m.

CBS

16

Dec. 22

at Atlanta Falcons

1 p.m.

FOX

17

Dec. 29

Indianapolis Colts

1 p.m.

CBS

TICKET INFORMATIONFans wanting to not miss a minute of the action at TIAA Bank Field can immediately begin purchasing single-game tickets for the 2019 season by visitingJaguars.comTicketmaster.com or by calling the Jaguars sales hotline. For the best seats and discounts this season, the general public can also purchase season and group tickets. Members of the Jaguars sales team are standing by at (904) 633-2000 or ticketing@jaguars.com following the schedule announcement to assist with fan questions.

JAGUARS KICK OFF 25TH SEASONThe 2019 season marks the Jaguars’ 25th season and the NFL’s 100th anniversary. The Jaguars’ social and digital platforms will feature a plethora of content commemorating the team’s silver season, including the introduction of the All-25 Team, which features the top 25 Jaguars in franchise history, as voted on by members of the local media who have covered the team through its first 25 seasons.

JAGUARS OPEN AT HOME: The Jaguars will host the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 1, marking the 14th time in franchise history the team will open the season at home and the first time since Doug Marrone was named the team’s head coach in January 2017. Jacksonville is 13-11 all-time in season openers, including a 7-6 record at home. Over the last two seasons, the Jaguars are 2-0 in season openers under Marrone. This marks the first time the Jaguars have opened the season at home since 2016 and the second time they have opened the season at home against the Chiefs (2013). With a victory over Kansas City in Week 1, the Jaguars will have won three consecutive season openers for the first time since 2004-06. For the second year in a row, the Jaguars will host the NFL’s reigning MVP in their home opener – Tom Brady in 2018 and Patrick Mahomes in 2019. In 2018, the Jaguars defeated the Patriots, 31-20, in Week 2.  The Jaguars are 6-6 in 12 regular season games against the Chiefs, including 4-2 at home.

THURSDAY NIGHT AT THE BANK: The Jaguars host the Titans for Thursday Night Football in Week 3 on Sept. 19 in the team’s first divisional game of the year. The matchup marks the fifth time in the last six seasons in which the AFC South rivals will compete on Thursday Night Football, with the Jaguars holding a 2-0 record in such games at TIAA Bank Field. Overall, Jacksonville has won three of their last five games played on Thursday night, including four consecutive appearances at home. The Week 3 matchup on Thursday Night Football marks Jacksonville’s first prime-time, regular-season home game since 2015. Jacksonville has played in 37 nationally-televised prime-time games in the franchise’s 24-season history, posting a 17-20 record in those contests, including a 15-12 mark at home in Jacksonville. Jacksonville’s Week 3 matchup versus Tennessee marks the first time the Jaguars have played on Thursday Night Football in September and the second-earliest prime-time game in franchise history (Week 2, 2006, vs. Pittsburgh).

DON’T FORGET TO SET A REMINDER: The Jaguars will play six games outside the 1 p.m. ET window in 2019, tied for the second-most in franchise history and the most since 2008. See below for the matchups:

WEEK

DATE

OPPONENT

ET

TV

3

Sept. 19

Tennessee Titans (Thurs.)

8:20 p.m.

NFLN

4

Sept. 29

at Denver Broncos

4:25 p.m.

CBS

9

Nov. 3

Houston Texans (London)

9:30 a.m.

NFLN

12

Nov. 24

at Tennessee Titans

4:05 p.m.

CBS

14

Dec. 8

Los Angeles Chargers

4:05 p.m.

FOX

15

Dec. 15

at Oakland Raiders

4:05 p.m.

CBS

SUCCESSFUL IN SEPTEMBER: The Jaguars will play four games in September this season, including two games on the road. In Week 1, the Jaguars host the Chiefs, followed by a trip to AFC South rival Houston in Week 2. In Week 3, the Jaguars play the Titans on Thursday Night Football (NFL Network) before traveling to Denver the following week for a Week 4 matchup against the Broncos. During Head Coach Doug Marrone’s two-year tenure at the helm of the Jaguars, Jacksonville is 5-2 in the month of September, including 2-0 on the road.

RACKING UP THE FREQUENT FLYER MILESThe Jaguars will travel 11,229 miles during the 2019 regular season, including eight away games and one home game at London’s Wembley Stadium.

A DIFFERENT SOUTH: The Jaguars will face off against the NFC South in 2019 – playing the Saints (Week 6) and Buccaneers (Week 13) at home in Jacksonville and going on the road to take on the Panthers (Week 5) and Falcons (Week 16). Jacksonville is 12-12 all-time against the NFC South in the regular season and will look to pick up its first victory against the NFC South since 2011.

FAMILIAR FACE: Jacksonville will take on both the New Orleans Saints (Week 6) and the New York Jets (Week 8) during the 2019 season. Prior to becoming the head coach at Syracuse University in 2009, Jaguars Head Coach Doug Marrone served as the offensive line coach for the Jets from 2002-05 and the offensive coordinator for the Saints from 2006-08. While with New Orleans, Marrone directed an offense that led the league in total yardage in 2006 (6,264) and 2008 (6,571). Saints QB Drew Brees made the Pro Bowl twice in Marrone’s three seasons coordinating New Orleans’ offense, including a first-team Associated Press All-Pro nod in 2006 and NFL Offensive Player of the Year honors in 2008.

NEW FACES, NEW PLACESThe Jaguars will face four teams with new head coaches in 2019 – Denver in Week 4 (Vic Fangio), Cincinnati in Week 7 (Zac Taylor), the New York Jets in Week 8 (Adam Gase) and Tampa Bay in Week 13 (Bruce Arians).

GREAT AGAINST THE NORTHThe Jaguars will travel to take on the Bengals in Week 7, making their first trip to Cincinnati since 2014 and their first road appearance against an AFC North opponent since traveling to Cleveland and Pittsburgh during the 2017 season. Since Doug Marrone was named the Jaguars’ head coach in January 2017, Jacksonville is 5-1 against the AFC North with a +85-point differential, including the postseason. In franchise history, the Jaguars are 48-34 against AFC North opponents, the team’s best mark against any division. From 1995-01, the Jaguars were in the AFC Central with the Browns, Bengals and Steelers.

RETURN TO LONDONThe Jaguars return to London for their seventh consecutive season in 2019 when they host the Houston Texans in Week 9. The Jaguars are 1-0 in divisional games in London, posting a 30-27 victory against the Colts in 2016. The Jaguars’ six games played in London are the most among any team in the NFL. The Jaguars’ Week 9 matchup will mark the Texans’ first game in the UK and their second ever game in the NFL’s International Series (Mexico City, 2016). The Jaguars have won three of their last four appearances at London’s Wembley Stadium. A total of four games will be played in London in 2019. In 2018, all three teams that won their games in London (Seahawks, Chargers, Eagles) made the postseason.

2019 LONDON GAMES 

Week

Date

Visiting Team

Home Team

Site

6

10/13/18

Carolina Panthers

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Tottenham Hotspur

7

10/20/18

Chicago Bears

Oakland Raiders

Tottenham Hotspur

8

10/27/18

Cincinnati Bengals

Los Angeles Rams

Wembley Stadium

9

11/3/18

Houston Texans

Jacksonville Jaguars

Wembley Stadium

JAGUARS RESULTS IN LONDON 

Week

Date

Opponent

Score

Site

8

10/27/13

San Francisco 49ers

L, 42-10

Wembley Stadium

10

11/9/14

Dallas Cowboys

L, 31-17

Wembley Stadium

7

10/25/15

Buffalo Bills

W, 34-31

Wembley Stadium

4

10/2/16

Indianapolis Colts

W, 30-27

Wembley Stadium

3

9/24/17

Baltimore Ravens

W, 44-7

Wembley Stadium

8

10/28/18

Philadelphia Eagles

L, 24-18

Wembley Stadium

9

11/3/19

Houston Texans

TBD

Wembley Stadium

BYE, BYE, BYE: The Jaguars’ Bye Week will take place during Week 10 of the 2019 season, which is the fourth time in franchise history the team has had their Bye Week during Week 10, and the first time since 2000. The Jaguars had a Week 10 Bye Week during their inaugural season in 1995.

SUNSHINE STATE: Jacksonville’s game against Tampa Bay in Week 13 marks the Jaguars’ 15th regular season intrastate game in franchise history. Jacksonville is 8-6 in games against Miami and Tampa Bay through their first 24 seasons, including a 17-7 road victory against the Dolphins last season.

DECEMBER IN THE BANK: The Jaguars will play three home games in December this season, hosting Tampa Bay on December 1, the Los Angeles Chargers on December 8 and finishing the season against Indianapolis on December 29. The last time the Jaguars played three homes games in December was in 2017 when they began a three-game win streak, defeating Indianapolis, 30-10, on December 3, Seattle, 30-24, on December 10 and Houston, 45-7, on December 17.

INDY GIVEN SUNDAY: Jacksonville split the season series against Indianapolis last season and posted the seventh shutout in franchise history in a 6-0 victory at TIAA Bank Field. The Jaguars have shut out the Colts for six straight halves entering 2019 and held Indianapolis scoreless in two of their last four meetings. Jacksonville will travel to play the Colts on Nov. 17 in Week 11 and hosts Indianapolis in the season finale on Dec. 29 in Week 17.

FIRST TIME FOR EVERYTHING: The Jaguars will play at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in the regular season for the first time in franchise history when they travel to Atlanta to face the Falcons in Week 16. Mercedes-Benz Stadium opened in 2017 and played host to Super Bowl LIII. The Jaguars played at Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium during the 2017 preseason.

LOOKING TO STAY PERFECT IN HOME SEASON FINALES: The Jaguars will conclude their season at home for the seventh time in franchise history and just the third time since 2000. Jacksonville’s most recent home finale also came against Indianapolis – a 19-13 victory in 2011 – and two of their six home games in Week 17 have come against AFC South opponents (Tennessee, 2005). Since the franchise’s inception in 1995, the Jaguars’ six home finales are the fewest in the NFL and they are the only team since 1995 to be undefeated in Week 17 home contests (6-0).

HOME SLATE FEATURES FIVE POSTSEASON TEAMS FROM LAST SEASONFive of the Jaguars’ eight home games this season are against teams that qualified for last year’s postseason. Jacksonville’s home slate features three games against teams who won their respective division, including Kansas City (Week 1), New Orleans (Week 6) and Houston (London in Week 9).

TRAVEL WITH THE JAGUARS: PRIMESPORT, the Official Fan Travel Partner of the Jacksonville Jaguars, has exclusive home game, away game and London packages for Jaguars fans. For more information, please visit PRIMESPORT.

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